Join us as we walk 5km for Syrian Refugees.
5 years on and the humanitarian crisis in Syria continues to escalate with millions of ordinary Syrians having lost their loved ones. With your support we can continue to provide regular healthcare, food distributions and education.
Bring your family and join us as we brave the hunger and thirst during Ramadan to walk 5km for Syrian Refugees.
Registration: 18:00 – 19:00
Walk starts: 19:05 – 21:00
Closing ceremony: 21:00 – 21:30
Free iftar meal: Maghrib onwards
• Over 50% of Syria’s population have been driven out of their homes.
• Almost 4 million refugees are living in camps in Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq and Jordan.
• The number of Syrians relying on humanitarian aid is an estimated 13.5 million.
The complexity of the political situation has made it extremely difficult for aid to reach those in need. Despite the challenges, Muslim Hands has been working with Syrian communities since 2012.
As well as delivering immediate aid such as food, clean drinking water, emergency medicine and clothing, we also invest in long-term projects like schools, healthcare services and livelihoods projects.
In Lebanon, Syrian and Palestinian refugees make up nearly half the population. For families living in cramped, squalid conditions malnutrition and the spread of diseases are very real dangers.
The Muslim Hands mobile medical clinic has been providing vital care to Syrian families in South Lebanon since 2013. As well as carrying out medical checks, the clinic provides free treatment to over 600 patients every month. Being mobile allows us to access the most vulnerable groups such as children, the elderly and pregnant women.
Established in 1993, Muslim Hands is an aid agency and NGO helping those affected by poverty, conflict and natural disaster in over 20 countries worldwide.